BirdLife Photography Biennial Conference being held in Fremantle, Western Australia on 21-22 September 2019 we invite you to be part of
2019 West Australian Bird Photography Exhibition
To be part of this exciting project we ask you to submit.
A maximum of 2 entries per person – 1 entry per section.
The 2 sections are:
– any wild West Australian endemic bird *( List below )
– any other wild bird photographed in Western Australia within the last 5 years
Accepted entrants will need to provide high-resolution versions of their photo to Team Digital for printing. Team Digital and Canon will sponsor printing on Fine Art Ilford Media of the 30 best submissions that will then be displayed in the Bunker Gallery 5 Coolgardie Terrace Perth for the month prior to the conference. These unframed prints will then be given to each of the winning photographers present during the conference.
Images are to be submitted in JPEG file format. They should be 3200 pixels on the LONGEST side and use the Adobe RGB colour space.
Submissions are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org Along with your contact info plus details of the image
Maximum file size for submitted entries is 2 MB
There is no cost to be involved as we have our great sponsors Team Digital, Canon Australia and Ilford Australia covering all the costs of this great project.
The 3 judges will be Georgina Steytler, Keith Lightbody, and Ben Walton.
Call for submissions 16th April
Submissions close 31st May
You will be contacted by the 14th July if your submission has been accepted.
Accepted submission will need to have their full Res files to Team Digital to no later than 22nd July for printing.
Exhibition Opening 22nd August
The Exhibition will run from 23rd August to 20th September
After the exhibition, you can then either collect your prints from Team Digital or at the Conference via Keith Lightbody.
Copyright of all entries will remain with the photographer. Entries submitted may be used to promote the BirdLife Photography Biennial Conference being held in Fremantle, Western Australia on 21-22 September 2019.
Image Major Mitchell’s by Keith Lightbody
Carnaby’s Black Cockatoo, Baudin’s Black Cockatoo, Western Corella, Western Rosella, Red-capped Parrot, Western Ground Parrot, Noisy Scrub-bird, Red-winged Fairywren, Western Bristlebird, Black Grasswren, Western Fieldwren, Dusky Gerygone, Gilbert’s Honeyeater, Western Thornbill, Western Spinebill, Kimberley Honeyeater, Western Wattlebird, Black-throated Whipbird, White-breasted Robin, Red-eared Firetail